Published On: May 1st, 2020Categories: Berger, Industry News

Berger has teamed up with Sniper’s Hide “The Everyday Sniper”podcast to take listeners further into understanding Ballistic Coefficients (BC’s), their consistency, and effects on accuracy & precision.

Join “The Everyday Sniper” podcast host Frank Galli as he talks BC’s with Berger’s Chief Ballistician, Bryan Litz and Mil/LE Expert and Wind Wizard, Emil Praslick. “The Everyday Sniper” podcast features long range shooting, precision rifle builds, training, insider industry updates, and more.

The 10-part podcast series begins May 1 and dispels the “highest BC is best” myth, addresses the requirements for successful long range shooting, and “why BC consistency wins” outright. Each podcast is an in-depth discussion of Berger’s bi-weekly “No BS BC’s” ballistics articles, penned by Bryan Litz.

“This is a great opportunity to open up our platform to Berger with Bryan and Emil. Giving people this kind of access through the partnership is masterclass opportunity for anyone interested in long range shooting,” stated Frank Galli.

For more information on The Everyday Sniper” podcast and the “No BS BC’s – Why Consistency Wins” series, visit

Podcast Schedule and Topics

5/1         What is a Ballistic Coefficient and its Purpose?

5/15       Variation in BC with Velocity

5/29       BC Effect on Accuracy, Short and Long Range

6/12       BC and Performance

6/26       Shot to Shot Consistency – Sources of BC Inconsistency

7/10       BC Effect on Precision, Short and Long Range

7/24       Comparing BCs

8/7         SC of BC, Bell Curve

8/21       Manufacturing Effects on BC, Accuracy and Precision

9/4         MV-BC Trade Off and Different Brands

To learn more about Berger’s No BS BC’s and follow bi-weekly articles from Bryan Litz, visit

About Berger
Berger manufactures precision projectiles and match-grade ammunition for Target, Hunting and Tactical applications in Mesa, AZ. Berger is part of the Capstone Precision Group, the exclusive U.S. distributor for Berger, Lapua, Vihtavuori and SK-Rimfire products. For more information, visit